Passage details:

·         Cambridge book 5

·          Test 4

·         Passage 3

The passage below is solved with answers indicated in red color text

Part 1

Part 2

Questions 27-33


True               : if the statements agrees with the information

False              : if the statement contradicts the information

Not given      : if there is no information on this


Q 27 There is plenty of scientific evidence to support photoperiodism. True

Q28 Some types of bird can be encouraged to breed out of session.    True

Q29 Photoperiodism is restricted to certain geographic areas.    Not Given

Q30 Desert annuals are examples of long-day plants.                False

Q31 Bamboos flower several times during their life cycle.         False

Q32 Scientists have yet to determine the cue for Chusquea abietifolia’s seasonal rhythm.  True

Q33 Eastern hemlock is a fast-growing plant.    False


Questions 34-40

Complete the sentences

write No more than three words for each answer.

Q34  Day length is a useful cue for breeding in areas where_______________ are unpredictable.

Q35 Plants which do not respond to light levels are referred to as ___________________.

Q36 Birds in temperature climates associate longer days with nesting and the availability of _________________.

Q37 Plants that flower when days are long often depend on ___________ to help them reproduce.

Q38 Desert annuals respond to ___________________ as a signal for reproduction.

Q39 There is limit to the photosynthetic rate in plants such as _______________.

Q40 Tolerance to shade is one criterion for the ___________________ of plants in forestry and horticulture.

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